Fountain Court is a warm, welcoming hotel that is situated just 5 minutes from the City centre.
All of our bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, TV's and tea/coffee making facilities and direct dial telephones. There is ample FREE parking and FREE WiFi.
Fountain Court has the kind of atmosphere only found in small owner-managed hotels.
Good food, personal service and a warm welcome await you at our Hotel.
We are 1.5 miles from the ICC, NIA, and Symphony Hall, also near Edgbaston Cricket Ground, NEC (20 minutes), Cadbury world, and Aston Villa and Birmingham City and West Bromwich Football grounds are also very close by.
*CHECK IN is before 10:30pm only*
Note we operate on 48-hour cancellation policy
Please note that check in is before 22:00PM only
We operate on 48-hour cancellation policy.
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My partner and myself stayed here for one night....unfortunately one night too long..the coldest nov in 17 years they say and we were put in an equally cold room. Was not funny at all, complained to owners they said they would bleed radiators while we were out shopping. Came back to find nothing had improved. was given a fan heater. Bathroom was even too cold to sit and had a wee..we stay in birmingham regularly but never had a hotel room so damn cold. Birmingham was so busy this weekend and was an end result otherwise we would had easily taken business elsewhere. The hotel on the good side was clean but in temperatures as low as we experienced and a room as cold as that nothing compensates..you expect a hotel to be warm at least. So if anyone is thinking of booking up ask firstly and stay away from room number 6....
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